Careers

The World Energy Council is an international membership organisation with national Member Committees in over 90 countries.

Its secretariat is based in London (UK) and employees represent over 15 different countries, speak more than ten languages and come from a broad range of backgrounds, most with experience in the energy sector.

Vacancies

Director, Policy & Risks

Role: Director, Policy & Risks 
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

The Director, Policy & Risks is a new position created to support the successful execution of World Energy Council’s new strategy. This is an exciting time for the Council and our stakeholders in a time of change for the energy system.

The Director,  Policy & Risks leads the Council’s work stream on our Trilemma and Resilience flagships, ensuring it brings alive our core mission focused on secure, reliable, and environmentally sound energy for all. The role is within the Business, Industry and  Policy Insights Department of the World Energy Council, producing critical insights and content on the energy system.

The Director leads content development and integrated thinking that brings insights on the policies and risks associated with the energy transition, and how they affect a country, region, or city’s energy Trilemma. The Director drives analysis on the energy transition, ensuring that the Council’s provides dynamic and relevant narrative in a multi-faceted and complex energy debate at multiple stakeholder levels.

Stakeholder input is critical to the Council’s unique voice. Together with senior colleagues in the Networks and Communities Department, and the Digital & Platforms Department, the Director of Energy Transition ensures the Council reflects and builds on the perspectives of our broad stakeholder base of some 100 member committees, 30 Patrons and Partners, and hundreds of energy leaders and practitioners on the challenges and opportunities presented of the energy transition at national, regional and global levels.

The Director is a credible ambassador for the Council and to our member committees on the energy transition and Trilemma, and able to guide junior staff to deliver original, high quality, evidence based analysis, impactful narrative, stakeholder engagement, project management and horizon scanning.

This role requires an energy policy expert – sound policy, strategy and regulatory experience, demonstrable understanding of applying economic, business, and social analyses, adept at using social listening and other stakeholder engagement and consultation tools to signpost activities, and using technology and modern techniques to create, manage and engage communities.

The Director will work closely with our Digital and Platforms Department to provide content and programme input for major events including our gatherings of energy CEOs and Ministers and leads projects with key project partners.

The full role description and specification is available: Director, Policy & Risks.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Director, Policy & Risks in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 18th November 2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.

Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor

Role: Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor 
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

The Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor is a new position created to support the successful execution of World Energy Council’s new strategy. This is an exciting time for the Council and our stakeholders in a time of change for the energy system.

The Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor leads the team responsible for producing our flagship Issues Monitor, leveraging its data to highlight new and critical issues facing the energy system around the world, and brings compelling insights on the disruptive trends, technologies, and innovation in the energy system. The role is within the Business, Industry and  Policy Insights Department of the World Energy Council, producing critical insights and content on the energy system.

The Director drives analysis on our energy leader perspectives, and further supports the development of the Issues Monitor at national and global level, continuously seeking to increase the reach and visibility of our Issues Monitor.

Together with senior colleagues in the Networks and Communities Department, and the Digital & Platforms Department, the Director of Innovation and Issues Monitor ensures the Council develops timely and influential insights on the perspectives of our current stakeholder base of some 100 member committees, 30 Patrons and Partners, and hundreds of energy leaders as well as generating insights and connections to new stakeholder communities.

The Director is a credible ambassador for the Council and to our member committees and guides junior staff to deliver original, high quality, impactful analysis and narrative, stakeholder engagement, project management and horizon scanning.

This role requires an individual who is adept at communication, trend analysis, data modelling, and is adept at using various data collection and other stakeholder engagement and consultation tools to signpost trends, and using technology and modern techniques to create, manage and engage communities.

The Director will work closely with our Digital and Platforms Department to provide content and programme input for major events including our gatherings of energy CEOs and Ministers and leads projects with key project partners.

The full role description and specification is available: Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Director, Innovation & Issues Monitor in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 18th November 2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.

Manager, Energy Transition Insights

Role: Manager, Energy Transition Insights
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

The Manager, Energy Transition Insights is a new position created to support the successful execution of the World Energy Councils new strategy. Delivering our innovation agenda, producing original content and analysis on critical issues affecting the energy sector and the energy transition, and highlighting and analysing the priority concerns of energy leaders worldwide.

The Manager works closely with colleagues across the content teams to create insightful and timely content that delivers value to our members, corporate stakeholders and the public at large.

The Manager works closely with the Digital and Platforms team and the Networks and Communities Team to ensure impactful dissemination of content and incorporation of member and community perspectives, providing support for the Council’s narrative on critical energy issues and the energy transition. This role is within the Business, Industry and Policy Insights Department of the World Energy Council.

The full role description and specification is available: Manager, Energy Transition Insights.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Manager, Energy Transition Insights in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 18th November 2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.

Senior Manager, Digital Communications

Role: Senior Manager, Digital Communications 
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

The Senior Manager,  Digital Communications is a new position created to support the successful execution of World Energy Council’s new strategy. This is an exciting time for the Council and our stakeholders in a time of change for the energy system.

The Senior Manager,  Digital Communications plays a critical role in the delivery a modern multi-channel communications strategy that strengthens the Council’s relevance and service-provision, drives engagement with existing and new stakeholders, and achieves high visibility for its content and thought leadership.

They are an integral part of the team responsible for building digital capacity of the organisation and supporting responsive, multi-channel engagement with approximately 100 national member committees, 30 patrons and partners, hundreds of energy leaders and practitioners, the media, and the public at large.

This role requires a digital communications guru with proven experience of introducing and applying digital tools and platforms to successfully execute communications strategies, and supporting the overall communications activity by providing copy and production support, so that the Council’s narrative is impactful in a rapidly changing environment.

The Senior Manager, Digital Communications also supports the digital features of the Council’s key activities such as events including the World Energy Leaders’ Summits.

The full role description and specification is available: Senior Manager, Digital Communications.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Senior Manager, Digital Communications in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 1st December 2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.

Manager, Marketing & Content

Role: Manager, Marketing & Content
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

The Manager, Marketing & Content is a new position created to support the successful execution of World Energy Council’s new strategy. This is an exciting time for the Council and our stakeholders in a time of change for the energy system.

The Manager, Marketing & Content develops and implements the programme for a wide range of multi-channel engagement tools and social media, ensuring high quality, responsive, messaging on a daily basis to our public audience and stakeholders. The manager is responsible for creating digital content such as videos, infographics, slide decks, tweets, and for maintaining, engaging, and growing our social media communities ensuring the organisation takes a digital first approach.

The Manager, Marketing & Content develops and implements strategies to improve the overall visibility of the Council as the foremost neutral and international energy body and has a key role in ensuring the organisation’s positioning and narrative in making sense of key energy issues across the world.

The Manager  works closely with colleagues to support and build capacity of the digital skills agenda of our member committees. He/she is responsible for, with the support of the PR and Media Manager, creating material and content appropriate for digital dissemination, requiring the skilled distillation of complex ideas into bite-sized stories.

The full role description and specification is available: Manager, Marketing & Content.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Manager, Marketing & Content in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 1st December  2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.

Manager, Partners

Role: Manager, Partners 
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience + benefits
Type of Position: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract 12 Months

The World Energy Council is seeking a professional, enthusiastic and committed individual to join a fast paced and international environment to help build and manage our Partner community.

The Manager, Partners performs a key role in the Networks and Communities department in managing and developing the World Energy Council’s key private sector relationships, ensuring strong corporate engagement, financial support and industry expertise for our work across content, innovation, platforms and events, and thought-leadership.

In addition to managing his/her own portfolio of Partner companies and coordinating and tracking Partner engagement, the Manager works closely with colleagues to ensure mutually beneficial involvement of new and existing Partners. He/she actively identifies and pursues business opportunities that leverage our relationships with new and existing Partners to maximise the delivery of the Council’s mission.

The full role description and specification is available:Manager, Partners.

How to apply:
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are well suited to the role to: careers@worldenergy.org .

Please state Manager, Partners in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm 6th December  2017, however early applications are encouraged as an appointment may be made sooner if a successful candidate is identified.

Only candidates who are eligible to work in the UK will be considered.

No agencies.